MOSA Crowns Spring Curci Cup Champions


The Monmouth-Ocean Soccer Association (MOSA) crowned its champions in the Spring Curci Cup Challenge on Saturday, with winners emerging in the Boys U9 to U16 divisions and Girls U9 to U15 age groups.

“The MOSA Curci Cup Challenge is one of the more unique tournaments in New Jersey,” said Eric Offenberg, MOSA Curci Cup Challenge Tournament Director. “The higher level teams of one age group are pitted in a bracket with the lower level teams of the age group above. Teams that do not normally play each other compete in a single elimination tournament to get to the finals. It was a beautiful day in Marlboro and the games were very competitive, with several games going to penalty kicks to determine a champion.”

MOSA Curci Cup Challenge Champions:

U9 Boys: Sayreville Stingers

U9 Girls: GAK Tigers 1

U10 Boys: Freehold Warriors

U10 Girls: Howell Flames

U11 Boys: Freehold Fire

U11 Girls: Peninsula Soaring Eagles

U12 Boys: Sayreville Lions

U12 Girls: Peninsula Blazin Eagles

U13 Boys: Monmouth Coast Hammerheads

U13 Girls: Howell Storm

U14 Boys: Lakewood Strikers

U14 Girls: TRIC Cheetahs

U15 Boys: HTRSA Bobcats

U15 Girls: Neptune Mystics

U16 Boys: Point Pleasant Ajax Elite

In addition to the soccer action on the pitch, teams and others in attendance were treated to an appearance from Sky Blue FC midfielder Gabi, who is also in the player pool for the Brazil National Team. While at the fields, Gabi interacted with attendees and took part in the trophy presentation following the U9 Boys Championship.

The MOSA Curci Cup Challenge is open exclusively to teams that play in MOSA. As indicated by its name, MOSA is a soccer association with teams that compete in the Monmouth and Ocean Counties of New Jersey. MOSA is a member of New Jersey Youth Soccer, and the league operates in accordance with NJYS policies. This year, the MOSA Cup Series was named in honor of long-time MOSA President and NJYS Treasurer Ben Curci, who passed away earlier this year.

To find out more information about the Monmouth-Ocean Soccer Association (MOSA), visit them online.

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